Small Block Chevy 262-400ci
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With a 2024 aluminum rocker and 8620 hardened steel shaft, this shaft-mount rocker system adds stability to the engine which frees up horsepower. This system features 1.6/1.5 ratio rockers for Chevrolet Small Block w Dart Iron Eagle heads.
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Using COMP Cams Shaft Mount Rocker Arms is one of the most effective ways to increase horsepower. The rigidity of the shaft system adds stability to both the cylinder head and valvetrain. By properly positioning the rocker over the valve, it's the most efficient way to transfer the power of the camshaft to the valve. Rockers are constructed of 2024 aluminum and shafts of 8620 hardened steel. Shaft rockers use an oiling system that assures consistent flow from the pushrod cup to the shaft bearings and then to the roller tip.
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